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Carnival of Healing #255

By December 1, 2012

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carnival of healing Welcome to the December (and possibly final) edition of the Carnival of Healing. My carnival, which was birthed in the summer of 2005, has run its course. My plans are to put the carnival on sabbatical for 2013. Perhaps the demise of the Carnival of Healing was what the Mayan Calendar prophesy was intended for (ha!). For the past year there has been a winding down of energy and interest in the carnival.... it's time to take it and me to take a break. I'll take another look in 2014 to see if the carnival can be recharged or reinvented, otherwise it will be put to rest permanently.

Over these past years I have met so many wonder bloggers who have hosted the carnival... several of whom I now call friend. These connections will not change. I've also learned so much from numerous like-minded writers and holistic practitioners who have contributed to the carnival week after week, month after month, year after year. Like me, they are passionate about healing, spirituality, and personal empowerment. Thank you for your service to the healing community!

Ready, Set Go... the final carnival attractions for December are:

James Hamlett doesn't want you to give up on your dreams. He says "Dire circumstances and age are not reasons to put our dreams in a vault and lock them away because of how impossible their attainment seems to be." You Have To Take What Is Yours!

Do you have a finicky eater at your house? Suzanne Cullen offers 10 Tricks to Get Your Child to Eat ANYTHING to ensure a healthier diet for your kids. She says "Getting kids to eat healthy foods can be rather problematic and getting them to try new foods is even more so."

Parents with nannies and nannies both can benefit from reading Laura Anderson's article 10 Ways to Prevent Nanny Burnout. She says "Working as a nanny can be a stressful job, as nannies often work in isolation, take on tasks far outside the typical job description, and struggle to maintain a healthy nanny/family relationship."

Smoking cessation, weightloss, stress reduction, or curing phobias are common issues people expect from hypnotherapy treatments. Jon Rhodeswants you to KNOW 5 Things You Never Knew Hypnosis Could Treat.

Bill Apablasa gives a baseball analogy as a teaching tool in his post Learn To Hit The Curveball. He wants you to stop dodging the curveballs that life throws your way. Face your struggles and fight back! He says "Curveballs can suck. But, learning to hit them is a part of living. Yes, it's taken me out of my comfort zone. My safe place. But, in the process, I'm learning to adapt, change, trust, surrender, love, learn, grow and become. I'm learning to become a true co-creator in my health and my life."

Healing Scriptures for Health and Wellness featured by Eden Life Magazine, a Christian blog.

The True (esoteric) Meaning of the Ark of the Covenant I really enjoy Joshua Tilghman's metaphysical interpretation of the bible scriptures. He says "The Ark of the Covenant has always supposed to be symbolic of the human brain."

That's it! Thank you for attending the carnival. Although the carnival is taking a sabbatical in 2013, it is only a small portion of what this holistic healing site offers to the healing community. I will still be blogging, writing new articles, reviewing healing products, and much more. Sign up for my newsletter to get keep up-to-date with new and updated content.

What is the Carnival of Healing?

The Carnival of Healing is a monthly (previously weekly) round-up of blogs across the Internet featuring information about healing, self empowerment, and spirituality.

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Comments
December 1, 2012 at 3:30 pm
(1) Romeo says:

Hopefully you can re-charge this blog. Either way seven years is great run for any blog.

Thank you for any all contributions to natural and holistic healings.

December 1, 2012 at 4:07 pm
(2) phylameana says:

Thank you Romeo.

Just to be clear, my holistic healing blog itself will continue in full force, it has been chugging along since 2003. It is the once a month “blog carnival” posting that I’ve decided has run its course.

December 27, 2012 at 8:20 pm
(3) Wee Peng says:

Thanks for the fantastic work for all these years, Phylameana. It has been a great pleasure knowing you, as well as the other bloggers. I think it’s good to let the carnival and you to enjoy a much needed rest. I hope one day the carnival will resurrect and emerge as an even more vibrant and stronger presence that promotes healing of all modes. Happy 2013 and beyond!

December 31, 2012 at 12:24 pm
(4) Phylameana says:

Thank you Wee Peng… I think I might be having some carnival withdrawal pangs this Saturday…. but it is all good. I do need a rest.

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